Re: GWT RIA s ?

2008-12-19 Thread Pascal
against the pitfall of going too far down this path before seriously checking size and performance. Please keep your personal attack for yourself. I think his advice are meant to be friendly advice and I do think a lot of people agree with them. Pascal On Dec 19, 9:47 am, Rob Smith scubacarri

Re: DateTimeFormat problem when deploying to tomcat on unix

2009-02-12 Thread Pascal
it to the client, which is 2 hours behind, and you render it, you will see that it now displays 9am which is what the server time is in local time. Hope this helps, Pascal On Feb 12, 10:44 am, jptard jpt...@gmail.com wrote: Hello, I encounter a problem with DateTimeFormat class..., not on my

Re: Event keyboards left , right , up , down and enter TOO TOO SLOW

2009-02-14 Thread Pascal
I think you're adding a new keyboard listener to your table every time the onBrowserEvent method is called. That will end up being a lot of keyboard listeners. Pascal On Feb 13, 3:53 pm, sibopis...@googlemail.com sibopis...@googlemail.com wrote: Hello all, Please I’d appreciate if you could

Re: efficiency of my gwt application

2009-04-16 Thread Pascal
Creation of individual DOM elements in javascript seems to be pretty slow (it is a bit faster in the new generation browsers ff3, Safari4 and chrome) but setInnerHTML() doesn't create those elements in javascript, it is done natively in the browser and thus is much faster. I'd need to

Re: efficiency of my gwt application

2009-04-16 Thread Pascal
A bit in denial are we? Here are raw numbers for you. http://www.quirksmode.org/dom/innerhtml.html YO On Apr 16, 2:14 pm, Vitali Lovich vlov...@gmail.com wrote: On Thu, Apr 16, 2009 at 1:27 PM, Pascal zig...@gmail.com wrote: Creation of individual DOM elements in javascript seems

Re: efficiency of my gwt application

2009-04-16 Thread Pascal
Sorry, post sent by mistake YO was meant to be You don't even need to trust my testing methodology. :-) On Apr 16, 5:09 pm, Pascal zig...@gmail.com wrote: A bit in denial are we? Here are raw numbers for you. http://www.quirksmode.org/dom/innerhtml.html YO On Apr 16, 2:14 pm, Vitali

Re: Date - day issue

2009-04-22 Thread Pascal
. My advice would be, if you need a date object that has no time component, create a simple dto or use a string, this way, you're sure it will be the same date regardless of timezones. Pascal On Apr 22, 10:44 am, Stephan stephanwes...@gmail.com wrote: I've run into quite a strange issue

Re: Does GWT work in Snow Leopard?

2009-09-08 Thread Pascal
in the near future but in the interim, I can happily run hosted mode on Snow Leopard and I wouldn't describe the workaround as horrific, it's just one directory and two symlinks. Pascal On Sep 8, 5:31 pm, Jim Douglas jdoug...@basis.com wrote: Don't follow that horrific advice; it will break the next time

Re: Does GWT work in Snow Leopard?

2009-09-08 Thread Pascal
run snow leopard if you don't want to. But until a proper fix is out, I much prefer (and some other people too I'm sure) giving GWT the JDK 1.5 it expects rather than changing all my scripts and eclipse projects to hack the gwt installation. Regards, Pascal On 8 sep, 22:30, Jim Douglas jdoug

Re: Dropping IE6 support

2010-03-17 Thread Pascal
upgrading gwt would be a real annoyance. Pascal On 17 mar, 08:23, Rade Martinović rocky...@gmail.com wrote: The size of the population of IE6 users is the ONLY reason to keep IE6 support in GWT. If you're interested in IE6, you could always use old version of the toolkit. I'm saying that next major

Safari 5 - (RangeError): Maximum call stack size exceeded

2010-06-09 Thread Pascal
the error. This is the exact javascript error from the browser. com.google.gwt.core.client.JavaScriptException: (RangeError): Maximum call stack size exceeded. Anybody else seeing this? It seems to be a problem with the serialization. Pascal -- You received this message because you

Re: Safari 5 - (RangeError): Maximum call stack size exceeded

2010-06-09 Thread Pascal
When we try to run dev mode to get a better stack trace, everything works fine. Could it be a change in the javascript engine in safari 5 that's causing this error? Any insights? Regards, Pascal On 9 juin, 10:18, Pascal zig...@gmail.com wrote: For both gwt 2.0.2 and 2.0.3 some of our users

Re: Safari 5 - (RangeError): Maximum call stack size exceeded

2010-06-22 Thread Pascal
Hi, Has the workaround been included in the codebase somewhere? Is there a chance that there will be a point release soon? Regards, Pascal -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Google Web Toolkit group. To post to this group, send email to google-web

GWT running wrong methods

2010-08-20 Thread Pascal
So i am relatively new to GWT. i had some examples and stuff working without a problem but right now i am experiencing a real strange behaviour by GWT. I had a method called query(sql) that should retrieve a resultSet from a database given the sql-String as a parameter. Then the compiler threw an

NoClassDefFoundError on deployed gwt application

2010-09-20 Thread Pascal
: Could not initialize class com.myFolder.projectBMyReferencedClass at com.myFolder.projectA..server.MyClass.initialize(MyClass.java: 29) Can anyone please help me? Thanks! Pascal -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Google Web Toolkit

Re: GWT Performace Tips

2011-02-10 Thread Pascal
FlexTable or Grid) for a table that has more than 15-20 rows and around 10 columns will take forever in IE. Pascal On 10 fév, 12:33, tjmcc18 tjmc...@gmail.com wrote: I am working on a GWT application and over time it has become extremely slow while running in IE7.  It still runs very fast

Re: Digest e-mails

2012-01-26 Thread Pascal
I stopped receiving them as well. I just noticed. On 25 jan, 09:31, Steve Moyer smoye...@gmail.com wrote: I stopped receiving digest e-mails on January 20th and wondered whether anyone else noticed this?  Perhaps I've somehow unsubscribed? My membership still says I'm signed up for the digests

xmlhttprequest cannot load (no access control allow origin header is present)

2014-03-15 Thread Pascal
It is not possible to edit the server-config. How can i fix this problem? Some help would be great :-) Thanks Pascal -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Google Web Toolkit group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send

How to fire an event (storageEvent) in all windows and browser tabs.

2012-03-29 Thread Pascal Pascal
tabs. Thank you very much for your help. Pascal -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Google Web Toolkit group. To post to this group, send email to google-web-toolkit@googlegroups.com. To unsubscribe from this group, send email to google-web-toolkit

Re: Full GWT Website with MS SQL Server 2008

2009-11-25 Thread Pascal Gouel
love your work dude!!! On Nov 24, 3:19 pm, Joe joechahh...@gmail.com wrote: Hello Everyone, Please check this website and any comments or reviews are welcomed! http://www.property.com.lb A Website fully developed in GWT and connected to MS SQL Server 2008 -- You received this message

New to GWT: Need Help

2012-02-04 Thread Pascal Auderset
Hello I try to write a little Application. I' ve the problem that I' don't see all the hole page in the Browser. I've designed the page with the UI Designer for Eclipse. There I see everything with the preview. I only see the Toppanel (north), but not the SplitlayoutPanel (nor the StackPanel or

Re: Setting TreeItem userObject with uiBinder?

2013-06-17 Thread Pascal Heus
Tried that one but fails with Cannot parse value: FooKeyValue as type java.lang.Object: g:TreeItem ... *P On 6/17/13 12:38 PM, Philippe Lhoste wrote: On 17/06/2013 10:55, Kulnor wrote: Is there any way to set a TreeItem user object in the UI Binder XML? Something like

[gwt-contrib] Re: Proposed API Addition - @WithModuleParameters on test cases

2009-09-25 Thread Pascal Muetschard
How about @WithProperties or @WithModuleProperty? Since the module XML files use define-property, set-property, property-provider, and when-property-is. On Fri, Sep 25, 2009 at 11:01 AM, John LaBanca jlaba...@google.com wrote: @WithClientProperties is fine with me. I thought we used the term

[gwt-contrib] Re: Proposed API Addition - @WithModuleParameters on test cases

2009-10-09 Thread Pascal Muetschard
I have updated the patch set to also have the benchmark test cases use the new strategy. Please review it. When do you think this will make it into the trunk? Thanks. On Fri, Sep 25, 2009 at 4:36 PM, Pascal Muetschard pmuetsch...@google.comwrote: FYI, I've uploaded another patch to http://gwt

[gwt-contrib] Re: Proposed API Addition - @WithModuleParameters on test cases

2009-10-14 Thread Pascal Muetschard
I've uploaded another patch set, which merges in the latest changes from the trunk. On Mon, Oct 12, 2009 at 2:34 AM, John Tamplin j...@google.com wrote: On Mon, Oct 12, 2009 at 12:03 AM, John LaBanca jlaba...@google.comwrote: @jat - When do you think we'll merge the htmlunit branch into

[gwt-contrib] Fwd: Unicode support for Character.is* methods

2010-03-18 Thread Pascal Muetschard
/emultest/java/lang/CharacterDataTest.java -- Pascal Muetschard pmuetsch...@google.com -- http://groups.google.com/group/Google-Web-Toolkit-Contributors

[gwt-contrib] Re: Unicode support for Character.is* methods

2010-03-31 Thread Pascal Muetschard
I have uploaded another patch set to http://gwt-code-reviews.appspot.com/226801 to address the concerns raised. See inline messages below. This latest version has an ASCII only option for the is*() methods witch has an overhead of a couple hundred bytes. See below for the size penalties for the

Re: [gwt-contrib] Add ability to have more than one RequestFactory (issue653802)

2010-07-22 Thread Pascal Patry
On Thursday, July 22, 2010 02:01:53 pm Ray Ryan wrote: Thanks for the patch! We just noticed this ourselves, and a broader patch should soon go in that includes this fix. Great.. are we going to be able to extend a RequestFactory with this patch? I described the issue there:

Re: [gwt-contrib] [google-web-toolkit] r8452 committed - Implement ROO-933 and ROO-935. Handle java.lang.{Byte/Short/Character/...

2010-08-03 Thread Pascal Patry
On Tuesday, August 03, 2010 00:15:14 codesite-nore...@google.com wrote: Revision: 8452 Author: cromwell...@google.com Date: Fri Jul 30 17:29:09 2010 Log: Implement ROO-933 and ROO-935. Handle java.lang.{Byte/Short/Character/Integer/Long/BigDecimal/BigInteger/Date/Flo at/Double} as return

Re: [gwt-contrib] [google-web-toolkit] r8484 committed - Fix support for null fields and Boolean type types in RequestFactory....

2010-08-06 Thread Pascal Patry
On Friday, August 06, 2010 00:48:34 codesite-nore...@google.com wrote: Revision: 8484 Author: cromwell...@google.com Date: Wed Aug 4 22:08:44 2010 Log: Fix support for null fields and Boolean type types in RequestFactory. Null fix patch by icsy Review at

Re: [gwt-contrib] Re: r8484 committed - Fix support for null fields and Boolean type types in RequestFactory....

2010-08-06 Thread Pascal Patry
On Friday, August 06, 2010 18:05:04 Ray Cromwell wrote: I'm going to change it to treat undefined as null. In theory, I could change RecordJsoImpl to initialize all property fields to null or a default value, according to JLS semantics, but this just makes the client code bigger, and JSON

Re: [gwt-contrib] [google-web-toolkit] r8503 committed - Fix datatype renderers to handle nulls properly for some primitive...

2010-08-09 Thread Pascal Patry
On Saturday, August 07, 2010 22:22:19 codesite-nore...@google.com wrote: Revision: 8503 Author: rj...@google.com Date: Sat Aug 7 16:11:36 2010 Log: Fix datatype renderers to handle nulls properly for some primitive types. We now expect renderers to produce for null, and parsers to return

Re: [gwt-contrib] Re: History integration for the RequestFactory apps. (issue717801)

2010-08-17 Thread Pascal Patry
On Tuesday, August 17, 2010 12:34:29 Patrick Julien wrote: Same for Abstract list, yeah, providing a default for showDetails is nice, making it private is not so much That's right... you can always create a new SelectionModel to have something else than showDetails() that is being called, but

Re: [gwt-contrib] chrome broken

2010-08-18 Thread Pascal Patry
On Wednesday, August 18, 2010 12:55:04 Patrick Julien wrote: On Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 12:40 PM, John Tamplin j...@google.com wrote: On Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 12:15 PM, Patrick Julien pjul...@gmail.com wrote: As of yesterday, using dev mode in chrome no longer works. What exactly changed

Re: [gwt-contrib] chrome broken

2010-08-18 Thread Pascal Patry
On Wednesday, August 18, 2010 14:15:55 John Tamplin wrote: On Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 2:02 PM, Pascal Patry i...@invalidip.com wrote: So, I know the issue is located between 8515:8553 but I'm still trying to locate the offending patch. Ok, so you know r8515 works fine with the same version

Re: [gwt-contrib] chrome broken

2010-08-18 Thread Pascal Patry
On Wednesday, August 18, 2010 14:36:38 Ray Ryan wrote: We need a version number for Chrome. Chrome 5.0.375.126 on Windows 7 GWT Dev plugin 1.0.7263 -- http://groups.google.com/group/Google-Web-Toolkit-Contributors

Re: [gwt-contrib] chrome broken

2010-08-18 Thread Pascal Patry
On Wednesday, August 18, 2010 16:33:04 Ray Cromwell wrote: I have a feeling this is actually working as its supposed to on Chrome, but silently failing on the other browsers. The stack trace indicates that a JSON payload that it thought was a JSO object turned out to be a JS Number, so the

Re: [gwt-contrib] chrome broken

2010-08-18 Thread Pascal Patry
On Wednesday, August 18, 2010 16:41:39 you wrote: On Wednesday, August 18, 2010 16:33:04 Ray Cromwell wrote: I have a feeling this is actually working as its supposed to on Chrome, but silently failing on the other browsers. The stack trace indicates that a JSON payload that it thought was

Re: [gwt-contrib] Re: chrome broken

2010-08-19 Thread Pascal Patry
On Thursday, August 19, 2010 13:48:53 rjrjr wrote: We believe this was fixed at r8572. Can anyone confirm? sure, won't be long. -- http://groups.google.com/group/Google-Web-Toolkit-Contributors

Re: [gwt-contrib] Re: chrome broken

2010-08-19 Thread Pascal Patry
On Thursday, August 19, 2010 13:48:53 rjrjr wrote: We believe this was fixed at r8572. Can anyone confirm? It fixed the latest issue in Firefox, however, Chrome is still broken. Stack Trace: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: invoke arguments: JS value of type int, expected

Re: [gwt-contrib] Re: chrome broken

2010-08-19 Thread Pascal Patry
On Thursday, August 19, 2010 14:15:56 Ray Ryan wrote: Your gwt-servlet jar might be stale, try re-genning it. (ant dist-dev) I don't think, since I'm usually building as: ant clean; ant buildonly doc; cd distro-source; ant It did make a difference by fixing Firefox completely. The problem is

Re: [gwt-contrib] Re: chrome broken

2010-08-19 Thread Pascal Patry
On Thursday, August 19, 2010 16:36:36 Ray Cromwell wrote: Could you use the Chrome Inspector to post the JSON payload that came back? Sure, the response that fails on the client side is: {result:3,related:{}} The request here was a RequestObjectLong and I do expect 3 to be the response of this

Re: [gwt-contrib] Re: chrome broken

2010-08-20 Thread Pascal Patry
On Friday, August 20, 2010 14:24:47 John LaBanca wrote: Do you see this error every time, or just intermittently? Every time with a RequestObjectLong. I suspect any other kind of request using RequestObject would also trigger it. As I previously mentioned, it's a chrome only issue. --

Re: [gwt-contrib] Re: chrome broken

2010-08-20 Thread Pascal Patry
On Friday, August 20, 2010 15:31:55 John LaBanca wrote: We tracked it down to a Chrome dev mode oddity. Chrome dev mode adds a __gwt_ObjectId attribute to all objects passed between Java and JSNI. I'm testing a simple fix now. Great, thank you --

Re: [gwt-contrib] Re: chrome broken

2010-08-20 Thread Pascal Patry
On Friday, August 20, 2010 15:51:10 Amit Manjhi wrote: Can you try John's fix at http://gwt-code-reviews.appspot.com/760803/show ? Thanks. Yes, it won't be long.. -- http://groups.google.com/group/Google-Web-Toolkit-Contributors

Re: [gwt-contrib] Re: chrome broken

2010-08-20 Thread Pascal Patry
On Friday, August 20, 2010 16:05:32 Patrick Julien wrote: I actually reported this issue already a while back: http://code.google.com/p/google-web-toolkit/issues/detail?id=5110 On Fri, Aug 20, 2010 at 3:31 PM, John LaBanca jlaba...@google.com wrote: We tracked it down to a Chrome dev mode

Re: [gwt-contrib] Re: Ignoring __gwt_ObjectId in AbstractRequest#processRelated. The __gwt_ObjectId attribute is adde... (issue760803)

2010-08-20 Thread Pascal Patry
On Friday, August 20, 2010 16:16:02 jlaba...@google.com wrote: http://gwt-code-reviews.appspot.com/760803/show Works fine -- http://groups.google.com/group/Google-Web-Toolkit-Contributors

[gwt-contrib] Re: Allow RPC stats system extensions (issue751801)

2010-08-24 Thread Pascal Muetschard
Could I please get some feedback on this and get it submitted? Thanks. On Aug 10, 2:13 pm, pmuetschard...@google.com wrote: Reviewers: Dan Rice, scottb, Lex, Description: This patch allows for the extension of the RPC stats system by moving the stats methods into an object, making them

Re: [gwt-contrib] [google-web-toolkit] r8780 committed - Fixes https://jira.springsource.org/browse/ROO-1213 - Hide Property fr...

2010-09-15 Thread Pascal Patry
On Wednesday, September 15, 2010 16:16:06 Patrick Julien wrote: public String getValue(R object) { -return renderer.render(object.get(property)); +ProxyImpl proxyImpl = (ProxyImpl) object; +return renderer.render(proxyImpl.Tget(property, String.class)); } This blows up on

[gwt-contrib] JsonRequestProcessor.validateKeys

2010-10-01 Thread Pascal Patry
I'm currently having 2 issues with JsonRequestProcessor.validateKeys(). These requests are coming from updates that we want to perform on entities that are driven by EntityProxy. The first issue is with inheritance. We have a base class for all our entities on the server side in order to not have